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Heathcote Williams: Royal Babylon (rough cut) and others


For those of you who may have missed this. Get a beer, Get comfy. Put the vid on full screen. Play. You probably wont like the subject matter but you’ll love the words & pictures. It was certainly one of the best 72 minutes of my life.

Royal Babylon – The Criminal Record of the British Monarchy

Film makers Alan Cox and Margaret Cox present a video polemic using a mix of media provocation.

Will Buckingham Palace look as solid in 2034 as it does now? Words are dangerous things remember. A Republic might be brought into being by a poem
Virginia Woolf in Time and Tide, 1st December 1934

Read the poem: http://internationaltimes.it/royal-babylon/
Webpage: http://www.royalbabylon.com/Site/View_IT.html
Vid from:http://youtu.be/jIukrdRhnpw
Home site: http://www.royalbabylon.com/Site/Royal_Babylon.html
Buy: http://internationaltimes.it/royal-babylon/

A two part documentary on Williams’ life:

Part 1: http://youtu.be/x-QqMKdexZA

Part 2: http://youtu.be/vS0ZnZ2hHOg

Wikipedia entry: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heathcote_Williams

Whale Nation (Lyrical litanies)

From: http://youtu.be/zGZ78B3WRjI

I Will Not Pay Taxes Until

From: http://youtu.be/KYBsD5BqZ5U

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Fiat Money Explained in 4 minutes


Vid from: http://youtu.be/L_RU5wO8Fjw

” What is Fiat money, how does it relate to the federal reserve, and more importantly, how does it affect YOU?. These questions and more are answered in this short clip.

Despite every effort by governments, the gap between rich and poor continues to grow. It is now the biggest it has even been in history. All sorts of reasons for this have been proffered, but few, however, seem to realize that is a simple, inevitable consequence of our system of money and credit. “

See also: http://www.fourhorsemenfilm.com

and: http://dominicfrisby.com/

 

US government proposes law making it illegal for them to kill you


Madness indeed.

Vid from: http://youtu.be/1oKDEVhj5tA

See also: http://www.sovereignman.com/expat/us-government-proposes-law-making-it-illegal-for-them-to-kill-you-8378/

Transcript:

US government proposes law making it illegal for them to kill you

Last Friday, US Congressman Dennis Kucinich introduced HR 6357, a bill which aims to ‘prohibit the extrajudicial killing of United States citizens’ by the federal government. In other words, in the Land of the Free, they need to pass a law to prevent the government from indiscriminately murdering its own citizens.

Now if this doesn’t give one reason to pause and consider the distortions of liberty that have taken place in western civilization, I don’t know what will. Think about it:

Does a free society send government hit men to eliminate anyone they perceive to be an enemy of the state?

Does a free society have hundreds of police agencies, each with the authority to deprive a man of his life, liberty and property in their sole discretion?

Does a free society have hundreds of thousands of laws, codes, rules, regulations, and policies which effectively criminalize nearly every aspect of one’s existence?

Does a free society lead the world in prison population?

Does a free society hunt down criminals and terrorists by treating its citizens like criminals and terrorists?

Does a free society tell its citizens what foods they are / are not allowed to consume?

Does a free society steal your money at gunpoint to buy bombs that they drop by remote control on brown people in faraway lands?

Does a free society debase its currency and plunder the purchasing power of its citizens?

Does a free society saddle unborn generations with obligations they never signed up to bear?

Does a free society award near total control of the economy, the money supply, and everything tied to it, to a tiny elite few?

Does a free society brainwash its citizens into believing that they live in a free society? (at least the Chinese know they’re not free…)

Ask yourself, are you really living in a free society? Are you free? If not, why not? What else could possibly be more important?

It takes courage to answer honestly. But once you realize the truth and begin to see the system for what it is, it can be a liberating and life-changing experience.

You’ll find that there are places where you can live free in this world. There are ways to preserve your dignity, your privacy, your livelihood. You’ll find that you can build great camaraderie and mutual trust with like-minded souls because you share the same values, not the same color passport.

My guess is that you’re reading this because you’ve already started down the road to freedom. But you might feel alone… intellectually isolated in a sea of automatons.

You’re not alone. More and more people are waking up every day and beginning to realize the incredible fraud that has been perpetrated against them. When enough of them figure it out, this system will be finished.

That’s why I fundamentally believe that today is one of the most exciting times to be alive since the French Revolution. And we’re just getting warmed up.

If you have any friends or loved ones who still exemplify that self-deluded, bombastic serf mentality, I encourage you to pass this along to them… and challenge them to answer honestly.

 

Printers, light bulbs, iPods, ant-growth and planned obsolescence.


The Lightbulb Conspiracy

Whatever happened to the everlasting lightbulb? This is the story of companies that engineer their products to fail.

There once was a time when consumer goods were built to last. Then, in the 1920’s, a group of businessmen realised that the longer their product lasted, the less money they made, thus ‘planned obsolescence’ was born, and manufacturers have been engineering products to fail ever since.

The current throwaway climate – where the latest technology is outdated after a year and electronics are cheaper to replace than to repair – is the basis for economic growth. But infinite consumption is unsustainable with finite resources. With the economy crumbling and consumers becoming increasingly resistant to the practice, has planned obsolescence reached the end of its own life?

Combining investigative research and rare archive footage with analysis by those working on ways to save both the economy and the environment, this documentary charts the creation of ‘engineering to fail’, its rise to prominence and its recent fall from grace.

Vid from: http://youtu.be/uXt9HT50X1c

See also: https://www.facebook.com/TheLightBulbConspiracy

and: http://www.zodiakrights.com/Programme.aspx?id=6193

 

The Great TV Licence Scam


Samuel William has come to a decision ….

Vid from: http://youtu.be/-3N-_q3pVek

” Brought to you by ‘Truth You Can Wake Up To’.

A short film by Samuel William analysing the truth behind television licensing.

This film is intended as information and not guidance.

(update – this video was removed from youtube earlier this year because of eleged copyright infringement, I filed a counter-claim and won). “

See also: https://truthyoucanwakeupto.wordpress.com/

 

Roger Hayes: Update from Danny Bamping (2012-07-05)


I’m reposting this (from: http://www.meetup.com/wearechangeleeds/messages/boards/thread/24834132/ by Sam Bamford).

Vid from: http://youtu.be/pXAgOWpB9Zk

Danny Bamping is: http://www.23acorns.com/profile-danny-bamping.html, http://www.thisisdevon.co.uk/Entrepreneur-prepared-jail-tax-row/story-11726168-detail/story.html and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XG7nxIUs6xM.

 

Britain: Most intrusive surveillance regime in the West


Vid from: http://youtu.be/pzU76vRsZeE

” The UK has found another way to snoop into its citizens’ affairs. Internet and phone companies are set to install so-called ‘black boxes’, which will monitor e-mails, social networking activity and calls, and store data for a year. The authorities insist that only limited details will be kept, but activists are raising privacy concerns. “

From: https://rt.com/news/uk-privacy-internet-freedom-186/

” Internet privacy issues are again in the spotlight as a controversial bill is debated in London’s Parliament. Its adoption will allow the UK government to spy on what Brits write and post online.

While authorities say the Communications Data Bill creates a so-called ‘intelligence picture’, critics and lawmakers fear the bill will build a totalitarian online regime in the UK. If adopted, the bill will grant British intelligence full access to UK citizens’ web communications – secret services will be able to monitor who is talking to whom, when, and where in the country.

The UK Home Office says ‘communications data’ will only gather information about the sender and recipient of a piece of communication such as an email or instant message, but not the content of the communication.The architects of the legislation claim the idea is to protect the public against crimes like terrorism and child abuse.

‘Black boxes’ will be installed by internet services providers to filter & decode encrypted materials – including social media and email messages, something which critics say will have an impact on personal privacy.

“As written, it gives the Secretary of State far too broad a power. It allows data collection exercises that are perfectly reasonable – but would also allow pervasive black boxes that would monitor every online information flow; an idea which is clearly unacceptable,” Julian Huppert, the Liberal Democrat MP has told the Financial Times.

Internet freedom activists fear this latest infringement on personal liberties will not provide more security.

Web advocate, Aaron Swartz warned RT “either a rogue guy, ISP employees, rogue government officials or hackers [would] just break into the ISP and steal all this personal information.”

The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) already grants UK law enforcement the ability to monitor ISP and website phone and email records, but the new document would ensure that all providers keep tabs on their users.

Swartz has told RT the new proposal will be “almost like opening up every letter sent through the post office so the government can make a copy – ‘just in case’.”

UK taxpayers will pick up the estimated £1.8bn cost of the new programme over the next 10 years.

The UK government is creating a massive risk for every citizen and business in the country with such a move, believes Jim Killock, executive director of the Open Rights Group.

“If you collect all of this information in one place and then create a sort of secret somewhat protected door for law enforcement to go and view the data and to make queries, then you set that door up to be broken into for absolutely anybody on the Internet,” he told RT. “And that means that there are going to be a lot of people from governments through to criminal gangs who would start thinking ‘this could be really, really useful to us, why don’t we have a go at it.’”

 
 
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